Here is the list of items needed to get started.
klean-strip ks-3 premium paint stripper
Rustoleum universal all surface paint spray can (I picked flat black)
cheap paint brush
plastic scrubbing pad
outdoor faucets and hose with spray head
masking paper or newspaper
protective eye wear
small metal bowl
Step 1: Step One
Step 2: Step 2
I use Klean-strip ks-3 premium stripper. This is very caustic and corrosive, hence the reason to use protective eye wears and latex gloves.
It will also eat disposable plastic cups so don't use those. Use a small metal bowl.
Apply a good layer of stripper on the wheel. be sure to keep it off the rubber tire.
You can see it working almost instantly. Let it sit for 30 minutes.
spray it off outside with hose.
check for stubborn spots and reapply.
after you done washing it off, use a plastic scrubbing pad and scrub down the wheel for small stubborn spot and to smooth out the surface a little.
Step 3: Step 3
I use Rustoleum Universal All Surface Paint for this job.
First take a paper towel wet with acetone and lightly clean the surface of the wheel. be sure not to leave behind any lints.
Mask the tire with masking paper or newspaper and use masking tapes. Don't use duct tape. it will leave behind adhesive.
Lightly spray the wheel. wait 5 minutes between coats. This is to avoid runs.
After painting, let it cure overnight before installation or driving the car.